Rules of Relief: Institutions of Social Security, and Their Impact - Netherlands Institute for Social Research (Paperback)J.C. Vrooman (author)
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Publisher: Sociall en Cultureel Planbureau
Number of pages: 542
Weight: 1043 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 mm
"The book shows an impressive knowledge and understanding, in a welfare perspective, of many elements and details of social security systems... It includes a central and important distinction between formal and informal social security and a discussion of the interaction between rules and behaviour, including compliance with certain sets of rules and decisions. This is perhaps one of the most neglected areas of social security studies."
-Journal of Social Policy
"Rules of Relief is undoubtedly state of the art research in many ways... [T]he book is a seminal contribution to the literature on institutional research and comparative welfare analysis. It contains a provocative analysis that will be useful for graduate students interested in social policy, institutional analysis and social security studies in general. Rules of Relief should also serve as a great reference library for researchers interested in understanding welfare state development in advanced industrialized countries."
-European Journal of Social Security
"Rules of Relief provides an interesting and a provocative demonstration that 'institutions matter' by outlining social security regulations in eleven developed countries... The book provides a theoretical analysis of the origin, emergence and development of social security institutions as well as the empirical evidence of their impact corresponding to the three models... [This book] provides meaningful insights to the collective significance of social security institutions and would be useful for researchers and students interested in social policy, understanding welfare state development in advances industrialized countries and making institutional analysis of social security issues."
-Mala Kapur Shankardass, Comparative Sociology
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